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Information And Communication Technology For Sustainable Development


  • Yogesh Punia


Information and communication technology (ICT) stands for the combined set of resources, whether physical, infrastructure or human, that stands for the efficient transformation of information across the globes. In the recent years, we have witnessed several changes in the global scenario as the rapidly boundaries caused the people, society and nations to merge together for a common cause of development. The spread of information and communication technology and global interconnectedness has great potential to accelerate human progress to bridge the digital divide and develop knowledge societies. Sustainable development is required for maintaining proper balance between the exhausting resources and our existence. This paper is an attempt to explore the various aspects of ICT, the challenges in its implementation and future prospects of ICT in our vision of world as a better place - to live and to prosper. Key words: ICT and Sustainable Development

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  • Yogesh Punia, 2016. "Information And Communication Technology For Sustainable Development," Working papers 2016-06-12, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2016-06-12

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    1. Renisha Chainani, 2016. "Factors Influencing Gold Prices," Working papers 2016-06-13, Voice of Research.
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